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  • Composites work pays off for Brunswick company

    BRUNSWICK — Bridge girders developed by Harbor Technologies won an ACE Infinite Possibility Award from the American Composites Manufacturers Association at their annual meeting and trade show. Harbor Technologies uses hybrid composite beam technology developed at the University of Ma...

  • Portland police charge second man in Parkside murder

    PORTLAND — Police announced today that a second man has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Serge Mulongo. Mulongo, a 24-year-old from Portland, was fatally shot Feb. 10 at 218 Park Ave. Police Thursday afternoon arrested Moses Okot, 21 years old,...

  • South Portland city manager to present budget trimmed by $1.4M

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City Manager Jim Gailey is scheduled to present his preliminary budget to the City Council on Monday, Feb. 8, at the South Portland Community Center. Gailey said he is still working with department heads to finalize the proposal, so he didn't want to release details ...

  • Scarborough council paves way for 3 new businesses

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council took action Wednesday that will help establish three new businesses. Councilors also approved a $5.4 million public works and transportation municipal capital improvements budget and a $1.5 million education capital improvements budget. The...

  • Reduced role for library board clears 1st hurdle in South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to a plan to reduce the Library Advisory Board's oversight of daily operations at the city's two public libraries. The council also accepted more than $57,000 in grants from the state, including $32,000 to fix t...

  • 6 votes kill South Portland plan to save $140K

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Four School Department jobs are expected to be eliminated after one of four unions vetoed a furlough day to meet a mid-year cut in state education funding. The proposed furlough day, which needed the support of all four school unions, would have saved the district $1...

  • Preparing for spring

    Sternman Andy Haddock loads lobster traps from his boat onto the dock in South Freeport on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 13. Haddock and lobsterman Rob Scammon will store and dry the traps until the lobstering season gets back into full swing.

  • Maine Mall owner scraps plans for adjoining South Portland development

    SOUTH PORTLAND — General Growth Properties has cancelled plans to build a mini-mall featuring a Barnes & Noble book store on Maine Mall Road.  The decision comes as GGP plans its biggest developme...